Sebastian Bach grew up in Eisenach, Germany. He was born on March 31, 1685/on July 28, 1750. According to Encyclopedia states that “He was the youngest child of Johann Bach; a church organist, and Elizabeth Lämmerhirt Bach. There were musicians in the Bach family going back seven generations”. His mother and father died before he was 10. He was an early orphan who moved and went to go live with his brother J.C. Bach. His family had seven other composers in his family.
However, when he went to go live with his brother he continued playing music. In 1703 he played for his church on the organ. Bach was taught by his brother until the age of 14. He went to St. Michaels School. He was doing so well with his music that he went to some of the aristocrat’s sons who helped him get to a high elective high school.
To continue, one of his early talents was playing the organ at school and his church.
He did not have any early performances. He finished his education at St. Michaels. His mentor named Rubin Zander who played sang and played the guitar for the band “Cheap Trick”. His main instrument was the pipe organ. His first job was elders in the church would get angry with him and ask him to renovate the church to make it look better.
Furthermore, his first big song was named Qantas. Bach’s greatest hits were Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, BWV 565, Cantata 140, and C Major Prelude.
My favorite one is Cantata 140 because it feels wonderful and nice to listen to. He wasn’t broke at all with all of those Symphonies he created he was successful. He didn’t travel too far. He stayed home in Germany to continue writing music. The site Wikipedia states, “Bach’s spouse was Anna Magdalena Bach”. They had 8 children. Most of his children succeed with their dad and helped him with his music.
To conclude, People were amazed at his music. His music is so popular now that his music is in movies and television shows and even little cartoons. He died on Jul 28, 1750 (age 65) the cause of a stroke. He did well with the Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, BWV 565. Most people use this music in their movies. I will never forget that he was the greatest composer in all of the west.